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Right, post that link on the setlist if you're going to change it. Not on my profile.

I don't know. Maybe another Moderator got tired of you not providing sources and making incorrect edits and revoked your editing privileges for a while. Either that or there is some problem with your browser and/or computer interface with thi website. You should be able to edit.

Thanks for getting back to me. You should have manually entered the artist name that you thought was correct and not leave an incorrect cover assignment. You could also report it to the "Problems With Songs" forum. I didn't notice that Rising of the Moon had been changed too. I have read conflicting stories of the history of the song but your source seems valid so feel free to change it. Providing sources for your edits would prevent these problems.

Hi,
that's not correct.
Please read:
https://www.setlist.fm/guidelines#covered-songs
Exception 1
If a songwriter writes a song for another artist or group which they were not a part of, and never records their own version of the song, then the song should be credited to the artist who released it first.

You need to start providing sources for your edits. Who the hell is this Anna J that you credit "Roddy McSorley" to? Please reply on my page.

https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/the-clancy-brothers-and-tommy-makem/1966/stony-brook-gymnasium-stony-brook-ny-13c96d99.html

https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/the-high-kings/2016/racket-hall-ireland-ireland-33fd0cf9.html
Ireland is a big country of course, maybe with more than one Racket Hall.
If you're not sure in what city, you should rename this as Unknown Venue in Unknown City in Ireland.

Please use exact location or venue for Festival TV Program following the guidelines at
https://www.setlist.fm/guidelines#festivalsHl

Thanks for responding. It doesn't matter who popularized a song. The point of the @Cover tag is to connect every version of a song together in the statistics. We shouldn't be attributing the same song to more than one person, particularly if they didn't actually write the song. Also, if you are adding shows that you didn't attend you should include a source link in the comment section. Try your shows again and I'll take care of el reyo.

Again. Here's the guidelines for cover songs. Please read them.

http://www.setlist.fm/guidelines#covered-songs

Hello. Please stop removing the "traditional" cover tag. If they didn't write the song, then they don't get credit. Here's the guidelines:

http://www.setlist.fm/guidelines#covered-songs